RTI is committed to improving the health of the world's poorest people through collaborative partnerships with local communities, national governments, civil society organizations, and private-sector counterparts.
Our health experts focus on guiding effective policy formulation; improving the use of scarce financial resources in the health sector; strengthening health systems; preventing and controlling HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and neglected tropical diseases; and supporting reproductive and maternal and child health programs.
Our programs build local capacity, emphasize community and stakeholder involvement, and support public-private partnerships. We are committed to ensuring the scale-up, replicability, and sustainability of all health programs we support and to protecting the human subjects who participate in our research studies.
We offer experience in multisectoral approaches to programs. For example, we draw on in-house expertise in education, information and communication technology, local government assistance, and conflict management and mitigation to design comprehensive responses to complex problems in the health and social sectors.
RTI is a member of several global health-related organizations, including the following:
RTI International has received a Grand Challenges Exploration grant, spo... Read more »
- November 13, 2014
Yes, doctor, I took my anti-HIV meds (but really, I didn't)
- October 31, 2014
We can't replace local organizations
- October 30, 2014
Doctors end strike after talks with CM
– The Times Group
- October 29, 2014
Women who took part in VOICE speak up about why they didn't use HIV prevention products
– Science Codex